Does your child have to wear glasses and hate them? There is another option: teens can wear contact lenses, as well as adults. The safety of contact lenses, for teenagers, concerns many parents.
Do not worry – if the lenses are worn on time and properly maintained, they are absolutely safe. Disposable lenses can be worn and removed on daily basis. Buying these lenses is easy.
Parents can order disposable contacts for their children or even themselves from online sources. In fact, the contacts are safer than the glasses – they will not break during a match and will not hurt your child.
Here is the list of safety rules for contact lenses:
Always follow your doctor's instructions for cleaning and storing lenses.
Wear and replace your lenses on time; try not to wear them from sunrise to midnight
Never sleep with your lenses
Wear goggles when swimming with contact lenses
If the lens is uncomfortable in your eyes, take it out
Losing a contact lens behind your eye is an urban legend. it is impossible, because of the physiology of the human eye. The worst that can happen is when a soft contact lens bends in half and hides under the eyelid. In this case, it is recommended to close your eye and gently massage it through the eyelids of the edges towards the middle. Finally, the lens will move and be removed easily.